1910 Maxwell Model Q
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By 1910, Maxwell was ranked third in the industry ranking after producing approximately 20,500 vehicles.
This Model Q Touring car is powered by a four-cylinder engine with the cylinders cast in pairs. The 22 horsepower is controlled via a two-speed planetary transmission with shaft drive. There are rear-wheel mechanical brakes and the wheelbase measures 93 inches. It features such period brass accoutrements as a matched pair of Gray & Davis acetylene headlamps, a matching pair of Westchester Square kerosene side lamps and a polished brass radiator. Other features include a Stewart speedometer and a Waltham clock.
The body is finished in black with red pinstripe accents and mounted on a red chassis with black pinstripes. There is tufted tan leather upholstery, a tan top and an electric starter.
In 2011, this vehicle was offered for sale at the Hershey Auction presented by RM Auctions. It was estimated to sell for $30,000 - $40,000. As bidding came to a close, the vehicle had been sold for the sum of $46,200 including buyer's premium.
By Daniel Vaughan | Dec 2011
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|RM Auctions - Hershey||1902-1914|
|RM Auctions at Amelia Island||1900-1920|